When I won my last Badge !
Do you remember when was the last time you was called on the stage to get an appreciation, a shield of achievement or a badge with ribbons and your name popping out of it ?
I got many such badges in my school for various achievements and few in my career life. But the last badge I received was a total surprise for me here at WA.
Just few minutes before I was busy welcoming a new member when suddenly a window popped up announcing " You have just earned a Dedication Badge! ". It was like WOW.
I took the screen shot of it in a hurry fearing it might disappear any time and with a doubt if it is really mined...let me check it at " View My Profile". Upon pressing the tab, I finally confirmed myself that it was mine only :)
So a whole year passed and it seems a matter of yesterday. I still remember the day when I joined WA with the credit card of my friend and started my journey with a great excitement.
I cleared my lessons-1 quickly in first few months itself, then switched over to Boot Camp. The passion of Community was like addiction. You open WA Portal to learn new lesson and end up with long chats and reading hundreds of exciting stuff of your interest, The overwhelming content at WA portal is sure enough to distract yourself from your real goal and you just pass six months and then one year and ride for second year.
Why I am sharing my negative traits is because this " One Year Dedication Badge" suddenly bought my attention towards my real goal for which I joined WA and earned love from WA community in abundance as a byproduct of my membership.
From now on, when I do my introspect analysis, I can visualize my Second Dedication Badge with a lot of Success Stories. At least the Goal which I set for my Success is to be achieved by the time I receive my next Badge.
So ladies and Gentleman, Boys and Girls - Thank You All from the deepest level of my Heart for sharing your exclusive knowledge through excellent blogs, posts and trainings and also for following me to encourage for the next level. I promise you all to share my Success Story before I earn my Second Dedication Badge.
Thank you, Karl Carson and entire Back Office Team of WA.